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Key-Topics revolution

DOI: 10.1111/b.9781405184649.2009.00006.x


This lexicon aims to provide readers with a map to the content of the encyclopedia. The list of entries under each subject heading, be it chronological, geographic, or thematic, is not exhaustive. Each list is a representative selection of significant entries intended to help readers begin their exploration into that specific area of revolutionary studies. Agüeybaná (d. 1510) and Agüeybaná II (d. 1511) Anabaptist movement Aracaré (d. 1542) Britain, peasant uprisings, 16th century Britain, Renaissance-era conflict Calvin, John (1509–1564) Caonabo (d. 1496) Comunero movement Cuauhtémoc (1502–1525) Denmark, insurrection and revolt Diriangén (1496 or 1497–1530s) Dutch Revolt, 1568–1648 Edict of Nantes English Reformation Enriquillo and the Taíno revolt (1519–1533) Ethnic and nationalist revolts in the Hapsburg Empire, 1500–1848 German Peasant Rebellion, 1525 German Reformation Guaicaipuro (ca. 1530–1568) Guatemala, popular rebellion and civil war Gustav Rebellions Hatuey (ca. 1400s–1512) Irish revolts, 1400–1790 Jumandi (d. 1578) La Boétie, Etienne de (1530–1563) Lautaro (d. 1557) Lemba, Sebastian (d. 1547) Lempira (d. 1537) Luther, Martin (1483–1546) Moscow fire and protest, 1547 Müntzer, Thomas (ca. 1489–1525) Nordic revolts and popular protests, 1500–present Padilla, Juan de (ca. 1490–1521) Panama, Cemaco's anti-colonial resistance, 1510–1512 Philippines, colonial protests during ... log in or subscribe to read full text

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